How I'm Using Kit.com to Showcase My Love for Technology

Have you heard of Kit.com? It's a fairly new website that focuses on community and the products that creators use in their workflow. Ranging from video editors to fitness experts, Kit features groups for just about every creative interest imaginable. It's a simple concept that, in my opinion, works quite well — especially considering it has the potential to replace the need for David's Things. However, I'll address that in the future. It's still too early to tell.

Getting started on Kit is easy. You register an account for free, set up your profile, and then begin adding Kits. A Kit is a collection of items related to a specific interest. For example, my first Kit is called My Mac Pro Setup. It features all the major products that play a part in my primary setup, including the new Tribesigns desk that I recently purchased.

If you are interested in buying a product in someone's Kit, all you need to do is click the "Available at Amazon" button. The button may appear different, however, if the product is sold elsewhere. Kit currently supports links for 20,000+ vendors, with the following being just a few:

  • Amazon
  • B&H Photo Video
  • eBay
  • Newegg
  • Flipart

Creators even have the opportunity of earning a bit of revenue through Kit. You just need to set up the monetization settings in your profile. Learn how to do that here.

As of this writing, I currently have six Kits available for browsing:

  • My Mac Pro Setup
  • My Nintendo Switch Collection
  • My PlayStation 4 Collection
  • My Xbox One Collection
  • My Wii U Collection
  • My amiibo Collection

You can view these Kits here. Of course, I plan on creating plenty more Kits over time. I'm thinking about adding one for my home theater setup. Are there any other Kits that you would like to see from me?